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a little ground today and senator john mccain seemed to soften his position on susan rice. rice was the choice to replace hillary clinton as secretary of state. mccain was her sharpest critic and now he is saying she deserves a chance to be heard. also the ceo of hostess is not trying to sugarcoat the demise of the company. he said management made some bad decisions including a big pay raise for the former ceo. the final straw was what happened with the bakers union and a refuse to sign with the company. the deal that was rejected has been accepted by other unions. >> they were not making demands in terms of anything additional they just rejected it the contract and went on strike. there is a bad history, i came in march but there were bad management decisions. they did not make capital investments. there is plenty of blame to go around. >> the company has heard from interested parties who might buy some of the hostess brand. he is confirming that is being talked about but more than 18,000 workers could still face unemployment. >> we're in for major changes as we head into the w
hillary clinton. her nomination would come for president obama. senator john mccain has openly criticized them as well. >> the president is the one that is ultimately responsible. >> the clock is ticking as congress and the white house worked to hash out a plan to prevent tax hikes and spending cuts. they have 35 days to come up with an agreement before going over the so-called fiscal cliff. the white house announced that president obama will be hitting the road in an effort to win public support for his plan. he is meeting with business leaders friday he is going to for a factory in pennsylvania. the campaign style trip is in a tent to build pressure on congress through public support rather than the behind closed doors support used in last summer's and that talk. that is not sitting well with the senate minority leader. >> there is some concern i read this morning that the president plans to hit the road next week to drum up support for his own personal approach to be short and long term fiscal challenges we face. in other words rather than sitting down with lawmakers of both parties in
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